Durham City’s Anthony Moore used home course advantage to his benefit to win the Durham County Golf Union Members’ Autumn Salver.
The 15-handicapper posted a stableford total of 42 points, one ahead of Bishop Auckland’s Michael Price and Frank Waterhouse, plus Beamish Park’s P. Herring.
Seaham’s Colin Bentham finished seventh on 40 points, with club-mate Terence Forth 14th (38). Houghton had Ray Bell 29th on 35 points, ahead of John Hanson (Whitburn) on countback), while Copt Hill club-mate E.Kirtley was 37th on 34 points.
Seaham’s Jeff Cudlip was 41st on 33 points, level with Houghton’s John Reed (45th) and Hetton-le-Hill’s William Allen (53rd).